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American (U.S.) History for Kids: Part 1 Weeklong Camp (Live)
This 5 day camp class is a multi-part exploration into the birth and development of the United States of America with focus on geography, economy, government, foreign affairs and the people who helped to shape the new nation.
This live class is a multi-part exploration into the birth and development of the United States of America with focus on geography, economy, government, foreign affairs and the people who helped to shape the new nation. Throughout the course, an emphasis is placed on the development of social studies skills, critical thinking skills, geography skills and the multicultural nature of society in the United States of America. We will study the following topics over the course of 5 days: Brief...
This class is taught in English.
I am a K-12 Teacher, Historian, Criminologist, and Sociologist, as well as an experienced online teacher. American History is my specialty and personal passion, along with focusing on teaching American History for kids! I have studied these topics in depth and am well read on the subjects, and continue to devote time to learning about new developments, theories, and discoveries.
No materials will need to be purchased.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
I am a California credentialed Social Science and Elementary teacher, having taught social studies, American History, and World History for 15 years to kids of all ages. History itself is filled with racism and prejudice, war, slavery, colonization/genocide, and so forth. Additionally, my education background, with undergraduate studies in Political Science and Sociology, and, a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice, I have substantial knowledge on race relations, systemic racism, and the sociological, psychological, and philosophical influences and effects portrayals and depictions have on the population. Thus, with my educational background and educator experience, I am qualified and competent to address sensitive and racist depictions to the public, with my specialized emphasis to school-age students. With that, we will be learning about times in history that are sensitive or mature, such as genocide, imperial European colonization, slavery, and other institutions of discrimination during the time period of 1585 to 1791. We will also include the perspectives of marginalized people impacted during this time period in pre- United States history. It is advised that such topics will be accurately discussed in a kid-friendly manner.
Meet the teacher
Hello! My name is Katrina! I am a graduate of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, where I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Minor in Sociology (completed in 3 years!). I also graduated with my Master of Arts...
$100for 5 classes
5x per week, 1 week
Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
4-9 learners per class